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DMH asks county for $3 million


The Taylor County Commission is once again considering dipping into its excess sales tax revenue to fund equipment purchases at Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH) after the hospital’s board of directors presented a list of capital needs totaling $3 million.

Although a specific figure was not settled upon by the commission during a workshop held Monday, the board did agree to place the item on the agenda for July 22 meeting to consider holding two public hearings on the hospital’s request.

PHOTO: The Taylor County Commission held a joint workshop with the Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH) Board of Directors Monday afternoon to discuss the facility’s capital equipment needs. Shown above during the workshop are: (counter-clockwise, beginning bottom middle) DMH CEO Gerri Forbes, Commissioner Jim Moody, DMH Board Chairman John Hornbuckle, DMH board members Gary Brett and Ken Arnold, County Attorney Conrad Bishop, Clerk of Court Annie Mae Murphy, Commissioners Pat Patterson, Pam Feagle, Malcolm Page and Jody DeVane, and County Administrator Dustin Hinkel.

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